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Some of our Prayer Centers have their own web pages, go ahead and meet them:

• Centro de Oración del Sagrado Corazón. México D.F.
• Centro de Oración Nuestra Señora de la Luz. Puebla, México.
• Centro de Oración Nuestra Señora de Montserrat (CECREP).
Barcelona, España. Coming soon.
• Centro de Oración San José.
Chihuahua, México. Coming soon.
• Centro de Oración San Juan Bautista. Costa Rica.
• Mercy of God Prayer Center. Austin, Texas.
• Saint Joseph Prayer Center. Long Island, Nueva York.
• Enfoque Bioespiritual. México D.F. Technique to get in touch with body awareness and body sensations.

Birth is a very intense experience that creates a strong imprint on our children. Over the past twenty years, more and more psychologists, physicians, and therapists have recognized that significant trauma occurs during birth. Various studies show that more than 80% of our babies suffer some degree of birth trauma, which can range from moderate to severe.
• Special Community for Development and Integration (CEDI). México D.F.

• Archdiocese of Chihuahua.Site of the Archbishopric of Chihuahua, Mexico.
• Archdiocese of México. Official Website of the Archdiocese of Mexico.
• Archdiocese of Puebla, México. • Archdiocese of Barcelona.Archdiocesan Church of Barcelona. (Page in Catalan and Spanish).
• Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmarte, Paris, France. Sanctuary of Eucharistic Adoration and Divine Mercy
• Catholic.netThe meeting place for Catholics on the Net.
• Directory of Catholic pages.
• Congregation of Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary.Congregation of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
• Spanish Episcopal Conference. CEE page. Organism of the Spanish Bishops.
• Conference of the Mexican EpiscopateOfficial Website of the CEM. Organism of the Mexican Bishops.
• United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.USCCB page (In English and Spanish).
• Episcopal Conference of Costa Rica.CECOR page
• Diocese of Alajuela, Costa Rica. • Diocese of Austin Texas.Page of the Diocese of Austin Texas, United States (Page in English).
• Diocese of Rockville Center, United States. • Diocese of Querétaro, Mexico. • Diocese of Tampico, Mexico. • Congregation of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. • Insigne and National Basilica of Santa María de Guadalupe, Mexico • The Holy thirst.The Holy thirst.
• Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes, France. Page in various languages, including Spanish
• Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima, Portugal. • Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Religious Institute.
• The Divine Mercy.Portal in English on Divine Mercy.

• Catechism of the Catholic Church. • Catechism of the Catholic Church. Compendium • Code of Canon LawPromulgated by the Authority of John Paul II, Pope. Given in Rome, on January 25, 1983.
• Apostolic Letter in the form of "Motu Proprio"Omnium in mentem, with which some norms of the Code of Canon Law are modified. Benedict XVI. October 26, 2009.
• Ecumenical CouncilsDocuments of the Vatican Council I and Vatican Council II.
• Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church • Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the ChurchThe Book of the People of God. Spanish version taken from the page of The Holy See.
• Abusos contra Menores. La Respuesta de la IglesiaPontifical Documents.

• ACIPRENSA. The Catholic Information Agency (ACI) in Latin America.
• ESNE. The sower. Founded by layman Noel Díaz in the southern United States of America.
• EWTN. Founded by the American Poor Clare Sister, Mother Angelica, in 1981.
• Magnificat TV. Catholic television that is part of the evangelizing project of the Franciscans of Mary founded by Fr. Santiago Martin.
• Mariavisión. Mary † Vision responds to the goals of the New Evangelization taking the Virgin Mary as a model.
• Nazaret TV. Initiative of the Catholic faithful, which follows in its programming the doctrine of the Church according to the Catechism of the Catholic Church for the New Evangelization. • The world seen from Rome: Zenit Journalistic Agency. It reports and explains everything that happens in the Dicasteries of the Vatican Curia, Pontifical Universities, Episcopal Conferences, Shrines, Dioceses and Parishes.
• Digital newspaper Religión en libertad. • Javier's Catholic Website. A portal that emerged in 1998 that provides detailed information to enrich our faith and knowledge. Worth a visit.